Unfortunately, we are unable to issue any library loans just now. This is due to Auckland currently being at Level 3 (Covid-19 lockdown). Once we have dropped back down to level 2, we will be back in business!
- Library items are NOT for sale. The may be borrowed by ADSA members ONLY (join the ADSA) or school staff who teach a child who is a member of the ADSA.
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- Deliveries are FREE for ADSA members if you order 3 or more items.
All Library Resources
This book is written by one of our fantastic ADSA members, Laetitia Tan.
This fictional story, which includes fun facts, is great for children at the primary school level.
This package includes resources for parents or carers toilet training children with developmental delay.
The Down Syndrome Transition Handbook - Charting Your Child's Course to Adulthood The Down Syndrome Transition Handbook helps parents prepare their child for independent adult life. It’s full of practical tips and step-by-step instructions to [...]
Perfect for teacher–paraprofessional training, the fully revised third edition of this popular, activity-packed workbook will help schools meet the requirement for highly qualified personnel in every classroom.
This DVD was produced by the NZ Down Syndrome Association and tells 3 young people's stories of their transition from school to work.
Educating A Student with Down Syndrome in a Secondary School Environment Enabled Learning aims to provide guidance for educators working with students with Down syndrome.
Educating A Student with Down Syndrome in a Primary School Environment This book aims to provide guidance for educators working with students with Down syndrome.
A Resource Guide for Educators and Parents This publication has been written by PREP, a Calgary-based school and resource centre for children with Down Syndrome. It is a resource guide for Educators and Parents with a focus on Down Syndrome.